High-quality concrete repair from MasterEmaco ensures long-term integrity
How does the MasterEmaco repair system work?
BASF’s MasterEmaco product system under the Master Builders Solutions brand offers comprehensive solutions for concrete that has been damaged or deteriorated by changing weather conditions, chloride ions, contaminants and extreme environments.
The MasterEmaco portfolio of primers, cementitious and resinous repair mortars and fairing coats make up a complete system approach that is used to substitute deteriorated concrete and re-establish the original strength, structural integrity and aesthetics.
What makes MasterEmaco strengthening system a unique solution?
Formulated to be wet or dry spray applied, formed or hand troweled, the MasterEmaco line of superior performance products re-establish the long-term durability and load bearing capacity of concrete. Working quickly to allow a fast return to service, they match the concrete’s strength, improve the aesthetics and prolong the lifecycle of the building or structure.
MasterEmaco comes with a complete support system provided by the Master Builders Solutions experts from BASF.
By diagnosing the underlying cause of the deterioration, our specialists develop the most suitable repair strategy that also prevents further damage and delivers lasting protection.
water or resinous-based primers prepare a clean and homogenous surface for repair mortars, and contain corrosion inhibitors for lasting protection of the steel reinforcements.
universal, fast setting repair and leveling repair mortars re-establish the integrity of deteriorating structures.
cementitious repair mortars restore non-structural concrete elements.
match the color and texture of the original concrete for a smooth, seamless and homogenous finish.
MasterEmaco P 130 Technical Data Sheet (March 2013)
MasterEmaco S 346 Technical Data Sheet (March 2013)
MasterEmaco S 348 Technical Data Sheet (March 2013)
MasterEmaco S 466 Technical Data Sheet (March 2013)
MasterEmaco S 488 Technical Data Sheet (March 2013)